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In this article, the writer notes that until about 1870, historians and scholars who specialized in the history and archeology of ancient Greece were, for the most part, quite ignorant about Greek culture and society and considered this area of study as being filled with myth. The writer points out that from excavations conducted in the early years of the 20th century, the history of ancient Greece is now well-known and understood, especially through the magnificent artifacts that have been uncovered. Thus, the writer maintains that these artifacts illustrate that the cultural and social heritage of ancient Greece was one of the most important Western civilizations of all time. The writer concludes that they also prove that the ancient Greeks were superb artisans who always attempted to reveal the intricacies of Greek culture through their work.
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- "New Greek and Roman Galleries." The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Internet. 2007.Retrieved from http://www.metmuseum.org/special/greek_roman/images.asp.
- Seyffert, Oskar. The Dictionary of Classical Mythology, Religion, Literature and Art. New York: Gramercy Books, 1995.
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